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Basic mind mapping software for tablet laptop

by notaseal / March 3, 2008 9:53 AM PST

Hi

I?m after some software for a tablet that emulates a whiteboard so you can just scribble all over the place. It would be good if it had a large canvas size.

Thanks

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Errr....
by Papa Echo / March 7, 2008 4:53 PM PST

...what kind of tablet laptop that does not come with such a software ? Is your tablet laptop a computer or a slab of stone ? Happy

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by geneven / January 4, 2009 5:22 AM PST
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You would always use the mind-mapping software that comes with the tablet? Isn't there good webware for the purpose?

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